Media

synadm media

Manage local and remote media.

synadm media [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

delete

Delete media by ID, size or age

synadm media delete [OPTIONS]

Options

-i, --media-id <media_id>

The media with this specific media ID will be deleted.

-d, --before-days <before_days>

Delete all media that was last accessed before this number of days ago.

-b, --before <before>

Delete all media that was last accessed before this date/time. Eg. ‘2021-01-01’, see above for available date/time formats.

-t, --before-ts <before_ts>

Delete all media that was last accessed before this unix timestamp in ms.

--size, --kib <size>

Delete all media that is larger than this size in KiB (1 KiB = 1024 bytes).

--delete-profiles, --all

Also delete files that are still used in image data (e.g user profile, room avatar). If set, these files will be deleted too. Not valid when a specific media is being deleted (–media-id)

list

List local media by room or user.

synadm media list [OPTIONS]

Options

-r, --room-id <room_id>

List all media in room with this room ID (‘!abcdefg’).

-u, --user-id <user_id>

List all media uploaded by user with this matrix ID (@user:server).

-f, --from <from_>

Offset media listing by given number. This option is also used for pagination but only supported together with –user-id.

Default

0

-l, --limit <limit>

Limit media listing to given number. This option is only supported together with –user-id.

Default

100

-s, --sort <sort>

The method by which to sort the returned list of media. If the ordered field has duplicates, the second order is always by ascending media_id, which guarantees a stable ordering. This option is only supported together with –user-id.

Options

media_id | upload_name | created_ts | last_access_ts | media_length | media_type | quarantined_by | safe_from_quarantine

-R, --reverse

Direction of media order. If set it will reverse the sort order of –order-by method. This option is only supported together with –user-id.

--datetime, --dt, --timestamp, --ts

Display created and last accessed timestamps in a human readable format, or as a unix timestamp in milliseconds. This option only applies to user media and is ignored with room media. [default: datetime].

protect

Protect specific media from being quarantined.

synadm media protect [OPTIONS] MEDIA_ID

Arguments

MEDIA_ID

Required argument

purge

Purge old cached remote media

synadm media purge [OPTIONS]

Options

-d, --before-days <before_days>

Purge all media that was last accessed before this number of days ago.

-b, --before <before>

Purge all media that was last accessed before this date/time. Eg. ‘2021-01-01’, see above for available date/time formats.

-t, --before-ts <before_ts>

Purge all media that was last accessed before this unix timestamp in ms.

quarantine

Quarantine media in rooms, by users or by media ID.

synadm media quarantine [OPTIONS]

Options

-i, --media-id <media_id>

The media with this specific media ID will be quarantined.

-r, --room-id <room_id>

All media in room with this room ID (!abcdefg) will be quarantined.

-u, --user-id <user_id>

All media uploaded by user with this matrix ID (@user:server) will be quarantined.

-s, --server-name <server_name>

The server name of the media, mandatory when –media-id is used and _remote_ media should be processed. For locally stored media this option can be omitted.

unquarantine

Remove media from quarantine.

synadm media unquarantine [OPTIONS]

Options

-i, --media-id <media_id>

The media with this specific media ID will be removed from quarantine.

-s, --server-name <server_name>

The server name of the media, mandatory when –media-id is used and _remote_ media should be processed. For locally stored media this option can be omitted.